Career Opportunities

Associate Attorney - Construction

BBG has an immediate opening for an associate attorney, specializing in construction law, with 3-7 years’ experience. Excellent work experience, academic credentials, and interpersonal skills are required. Strong preference given to construction industry experience. Pay is competitive with large law firms in the Denver market. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Henry Bangert at office@bbglawgroup.com.

BBG is only accepting direct applicant submissions at this time.

Claims and Dispute Analyst

BBG has an immediate opening for an intelligent, hardworking, knowledgeable non-lawyer to assist our clients in preparing claims and resolving disputes between owners, contractors, subcontractors, designers and surety companies. The ideal candidate is currently a Project Engineer for a General Building, Heavy Civil Contractor or Specialty Subcontractor with a background in Project Controls. Job requirements include strong communication skills (both written and oral), proficiency identifying, categorizing, and analyzing documents relevant to a dispute, reviewing and analyzing schedules, creating and analyzing cost reports, creating summaries of facts and costs, determining the causes of cost overruns, and calculating the additional costs related to specific causes. The candidate would support BBG's lawyers in litigation, arbitration, mediation, and will work with expert witnesses to develop and support opinions. Expertise in Excel and Word is necessary; working knowledge of Primavera is a plus. Minimum 2 years of experience in the construction industry required. BBG offers a salary competitive commensurate with experience in the construction industry, above average benefits and a team-oriented fast-paced work environment. If you are interested and meet these qualifications please submit a cover letter and resume to Henry Bangert at office@bbglaw.com.

BBG is only accepting direct applicant submissions at this time.

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